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  Reply # 647464 28-Jun-2012 10:23
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Why not just deal with in in a uniquely Kiwi way...

Package it with Aldous and put it on TradeMe

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  Reply # 647562 28-Jun-2012 12:35
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nickd: How does one go about shutting down a network? Is their a big switch somewhere? If so, and someone from Telecom is reading this.....can I do it? PLEEEEEEEEASE????


The problem is the line wanting to shut it down is long and varied... So you'll need to get in line.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 647591 28-Jun-2012 13:23

Sell it to africa?

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  Reply # 647651 28-Jun-2012 14:47
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SteveON: Sell it to africa?


Dont think they would want it.




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  Reply # 648511 29-Jun-2012 22:45
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plambrechtsen:
nickd: How does one go about shutting down a network? Is their a big switch somewhere? If so, and someone from Telecom is reading this.....can I do it? PLEEEEEEEEASE????


The problem is the line wanting to shut it down is long and varied... So you'll need to get in line.


I know the answer... a competition like the Battleship competition many moons ago, send the equipment out to see wrapped in explosives to become a dive attraction. :)

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